Book Review of “200 Good Reasons to Rethink Your Habits”

Book Review of "200 Good Reasons to Rethink Your Habits"

I don’t pick up the book just because of the title. “200 good reasons to rethink your habits” just sounds like self-adaptation. And thus my habits are fine. There isn’t really a guide on the back of the book cover to a “healthy and happy life” as the subtitle promises. Instead, science writer and doctor Stuart Ferrymond answers more than 200 questions, some of which you’ve probably asked yourself before: Why am I tired even though I sleep in late? What if I have a word on the tip of my tongue? Why do I feel smaller than myself? Is sitting the new smoking? Do my dreams have any meaning? How do I improve my memory? And why do they all drive worse cars than me?

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